the 77th edition of the Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori
(EICMA 2019) in Milan, Italy, Honda Motor Company of Japan launched several new
models. The Honda
CBR1000RR-R Fireblade is an all-new Honda superbike which is capable
to offer stunning performances and is determined to become the absolute
protagonist not only in the market but also in the Superbike Championships.
CBR1000RR-R Fireblade has been redesigned from the ground up, starting with the
engine that now adopts pistons of the same diameter as those used in the
MotoGP. Its engine is in fact capable of pumping out 217.5 hp at 14,500 rpm and
its weight in running order with fuel is declared in 201 kg. Frame, swingarm and
suspension system are also part of this revolution. The Fireblade is equipped
with Showa and Nissin components, while the Fireblade SP features Öhlins and
for the new Honda
CB1000R, a special focus has been given on Black in terms of many
details, such as the steering plates, handlebar risers and the headlight frame.
With the 2020 model year, the new Matt Pearl Glare White coloring makes its
debut also. The 145 hp and 104 Nm engine together with the chassis remain
unchanged. The Honda CB1000R 2020 is now offered in two versions, standard and
CB1000R +. The latter comes with quickshifter, heated grips and a range of
premium accessories such as metallic meter visor and seat cowl, front fender
panel, hugger panel and radiator grill.
also unveiled the CB4X Concept. The experimental machine – developed
under the theme of ‘fun seven days a week’ – blends elements of Sport and
Touring with a healthy dash of Crossover. It’s a design from the imaginative
pen of Valerio Aiello, and his team of young designers, and is born from the
desire to explore – and push – existing boundaries.
engine is a classic inline four-cylinder power plant – the essential signature
of the Honda Wing. The fuel tank hunches forward, like a cobra ready to attack
its prey, while the screen is fully adjustable and integrates into the fairing.
And the headlight is set like a diamond, injecting aggressive sophistication
alongside the Daytime Running Lights (DRL). A beautiful aluminium subframe
underpins the short, sharp tail while the 17-inch front wheel maximises
steering precision. The Honda CB4X is an idea dedicated to those riders who
live for sports riding – but don't want to give up the possibility of relaxing,
two-up travel experiences whenever or wherever.
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